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Who won E3 2019?

EA 2 0.75%
 
Microsoft 19 7.17%
 
PC Gaming show 1 0.38%
 
Bethesda 4 1.51%
 
Square Enix 45 16.98%
 
Ubisoft 5 1.89%
 
Limited Run 0 0.00%
 
Devolver Digital 4 1.51%
 
Nintendo 173 65.28%
 
Other 12 4.53%
 
Total:265
Train wreck said:
Chrkeller said:

Mostly ports and remasters???

Astral Chain

Dark Crystal

Pokemon

Breath of the Wild 2

Luigi's Mansion 3

Panzer Dragoon

Animal Crossing

Cadence of Hyrule

Contra 

Fire Emblem

Daemon X Machine

No More Heroes III

Seems to me there was plenty of new content to be excited about.  Now if you personally don't care for those above mentioned games, fair enough.  But acting as though most everything was a port or remaster seems misleading.  

The majority of those games were announced/shown at previous Nintendo directs/Conferences.  Just list the games that were newly announced for this E3.

Goal posts and so on, twintail wrote ports and remasters.



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Chrkeller said:
Train wreck said:

The majority of those games were announced/shown at previous Nintendo directs/Conferences.  Just list the games that were newly announced for this E3.

I would, but I don't see the sense in doing such.  Something like LM3 we knew was coming, but this was the first time we saw actual gameplay footage.  It was a very good E3 by Nintendo.  There is a lot of stuff coming, hence why I don't get the negativity.  In particular Astral Chain looks really good.  

Overall it seems like moving goalposts to me.  The original claim was everything was ports/remasters...  and now it is there weren't any surprises.  Which is funny, because BotW 2 was a surprise.  Same with NMHIII, Dark Crystal, Panzer.  Either way, the question is who had the best E3.  And it was Nintendo.  They had the most games, with the most release dates with the most gameplay demos.  It was a very nice E3.   

I didn't claim anything to have a goal post moved. If and when TwinTail comments on your post would that apply.  I was just looking for a list of games from Nintendo's 2019 E3 that was not announced previously...which I was able to obtain myself.  



Train wreck said:

I didn't claim anything to have a goal post moved. If and when TwinTail comments on your post would that apply.  I was just looking for a list of games from Nintendo's 2019 E3 that was not announced previously...which I was able to obtain myself.  

Number of people who believe your excuse: 0.



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RolStoppable said:
Train wreck said:

I didn't claim anything to have a goal post moved. If and when TwinTail comments on your post would that apply.  I was just looking for a list of games from Nintendo's 2019 E3 that was not announced previously...which I was able to obtain myself.  

Number of people who believe your excuse: 0.

Your chances of ever being a mod: 0



gamers won, there was some awesome titles shown off that we'll all be playing over the next 2 years.



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Nintendo by far. I do think FF7Remake looks kind of cool, but i'm not sure i'm sold on it. Square talking about how big it is makes me really scared it will be super repetitive. Besides, FFXV's combat was so boring I stopped playing. This combat system looks much better but, still not entirely sold on it.

And that voice acting and writing ... yikes ....



Square Enix was really really good. But FFVII Remake was announced 4 years ago, and it's been teased for about 14 years. It's not a shocking new announcement. And to be quite honest, even though it looks great visually, I'm not a hundred percent happy with the gameplay and battle system they're going with. And I'm sure a lot of long time fans of the series will think the same.

They did well, but I can't give it to them myself. Nintendo won.



CaptainExplosion said:
Snesboy said:
Nintendo. Their direct was short and to the point and stacked with content. They've come a long way since the Wii days.

They weren't so bad during the Wii days. The Wii U days on the other hand, ugh. >.<

E3 2004/5/6 were all awesome from Nintendo. I kept watching them after that but gave up after 2010 when their hype game was Metroid Other M. Then I stopped watching them all together. I caught 2014's because Zelda, but I hadn't seen any stuff again until this year.



Chrkeller said:
twintail said:

I think you can find better directs that weren't comprised mostly of ports and remasters. 

Mostly ports and remasters???

Astral Chain

Dark Crystal

Pokemon

Breath of the Wild 2

Luigi's Mansion 3

Panzer Dragoon

Animal Crossing

Cadence of Hyrule

Contra 

Fire Emblem

Daemon X Machine

No More Heroes III

Seems to me there was plenty of new content to be excited about.  Now if you personally don't care for those above mentioned games, fair enough.  But acting as though most everything was a port or remaster seems misleading.  

^This.



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I saw Nintendo and MS's conferences.

Nintendo had the best E3 since Switch was released, but at the same time, for it's 3rd year it was a let down. The only major new game was… a sequel; the biggest 3rd party game was a port.
I was told again and again to give it time for the support from both Nintendo and 3rd parties to increase. But so far, on the 3rd party front, theres' nothing to see. And on Nintendo's side, i'm not seeing anything special either, be it on quantity or new IPs.
If they have new IPs, why show Zelda BOTW2 instead of one or two more?

MS, on the other hand, had a really good and engaging conference. Really liked it!
MS really showed that they are putting a lot more effort for their consumers.